You might own a domain name (e.g.
www.mywebsite.com) and want to set up a domain name redirect or masking, so your Lead Pages appear to be on your website. Domain masking does not work with Leadpages. The domain mask itself may work, but in many cases, this setup will cause issues with your pages. Problems can include your thank you pages not working, buttons or other links breaking, broken opt-in form functionality, etc.
PLEASE NOTE: We will not be able to support pages that have been published in this way, or troubleshoot issues that arise from setting up domain forwarding or masking for your Lead Pages.
To avoid issues with domain masking…
Instead of setting up domain masking or forwarding, we invite you to publish your Lead Pages to your own server. We have two options for doing so:
- If you own a domain, but don't pay for hosting at that domain, connecting your domain to Leadpages is a great publishing option. We host the pages but they'll be published to your domain.
- If you’re using a WordPress site, you can use our connector plugin to publish Lead Pages.
- Or, you can upload the HTML of your Lead Page(s) to your own server using our HTML export option.
Publishing your pages in one of these methods to your website is the best way to ensure you retain the full functionality of your Lead Pages.
(Updated January 23, 2019)
Please let us know if you have additional questions.
You can always file a support ticket if you have additional questions by clicking the ? support button at the top-right corner of your account dashboard or by clicking here to file a support ticket.